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Be filled with the spirit of giving

November 8, 2015 There’s a hurting world right outside our doorsteps, the Rev. Ashley Steele of Urban Mission Ministries has reminded all of us in recent days, and all we have to do is realize it. more »»

Health care law no benefit for many kids

November 7, 2015 West Virginia has had plenty of bad news when it comes to its rankings among the states in terms of various measures of well-being. more »»

Bethany baseball shows true sportsmanship

November 6, 2015 The Bethany Bison baseball team has, for the second year in a row and on an ongoing basis, provided an example of the best of what sports can and should be. more »»

Area communities take pride

November 5, 2015 Several area communities have been recognized for their ongoing beautification and cleanup efforts, receiving the Clean Community Award from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. more »»

Wishing public servant Ann Quillen well

November 4, 2015 We join what we are sure is a chorus of well wishers for Ann Quillen, who is leaving the position of director of the Jefferson County Fourth Street Health Center on Dec. 4. more »»

State can’t afford to be passive about tax reforms

November 3, 2015 Coaches know how critical momentum can be, even in a lopsided game. If you’re ahead on the scoreboard, it is critical for your team to remain aggressive, otherwise there may be an upset. more »»

Most vulnerable seeking services at increased rate

November 2, 2015 As other woes mount in West Virginia — jobs lost, severance taxes down, statewide budget cut, drugs flooding our state at a crippling rate — many of our youngest Mountaineers are suffering. more »»

The real loser of the GOP debate: the media

November 1, 2015 The third debate for the wide-ranging Republican field for the presidential nomination on CNBC was supposed to be about the economy and economic policy. more »»

Check your clocks and batteries

October 31, 2015 As you make your way around the house today changing clocks back one hour, remember to check the most important items in the house — smoke detectors. more »»

Stalling EPA the best policy

October 30, 2015 Some state officials may be tempted to tell the Environmental Protection Agency that West Virginia will have no part in implementing new regulations clearly intended to shut down as many coal-fired... more »»

Put safety first

October 29, 2015 As children prepare to make their annual costumed trek throughout the Tri-State Area during the next few days, we ask parents to put safety first this Halloween. more »»

Label fading in West Virginia

October 28, 2015 No one can say with certainty how many jobs have been lost to West Virginians because our state was viewed as a “judicial hellhole” for years. more »»

A real solution is needed for Weirton parks debate

October 27, 2015 Much debate has been taking place in Weirton in recent weeks following the introduction of an ordinance which would dissolve the Weirton Board of Parks and Recreation. more »»

Getting help for addiction victims

October 26, 2015 The tried-and-failed liberal approach of throwing money at the nation’s challenges has never worked — and never will. more »»

Our ‘Stars’ are shining

October 25, 2015 There's a common thread that connects each of the 10 people who will be honored Monday night as Community Stars — they all do the right thing for their friends, their neighbors and their communities... more »»

Provide thrills, and safety

October 24, 2015 Only about 120 people signed up to jump off a bridge in West Virginia earlier this month, down from the 400 or so who usually attend Bridge Day near Fayetteville. more »»

Take a stand on national deficit

October 23, 2015 During the next several weeks, conservative members of Congress will face a perfect storm of politics over government spending. more »»

Saturday will be a day for kids

October 22, 2015 It will be a day of fun and games for area children Saturday as MedExpress presents its third-annual Weirton Kidz Day at Marland Heights Park. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Consider means test for PEIA retirees

October 21, 2015 “It’s going to be very difficult for some people on this plan if they get sick,” West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency Executive Director Ted Cheatham said of a plan to cut benefits. more »»

Bringing back manufacturing

October 20, 2015 As “Make America Great Again” becomes part of the presidential campaign language being tossed around these days, one suggestion as to the best way to accomplish that is to return our focus to... more »»

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